Tomorrow night the Library Foundation of Hennepin County (formerly the Friends of the Minneapolis Public Library) continues its “Talk of the Stacks” program.
Mary Ann Grossman writes about books for the Pioneer Press, and Laurie Hertzel is Senior Books Editor at the Star Tribune. For this special edition of Talk of the Stacks, join Mary Ann and Laurie as they talk about the world of books. Moderated by Cathy Wurzer, author of Tales of the Road: Highway 61 and host of Minnesota Public Radio’s Morning Edition and TPT’s Almanac, this program will explore the life and livelihood of a book critic. From literary history to the latest fads, favorite interviews, professional perils, the changing literary scene, and the business newspapers, no topic will be edited out.
Talk of the Stacks is a reading series at the Minneapolis Central Library exploring contemporary literature and culture. Readings are held at the Minneapolis Central Library, Pohlad Hall, 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis. Readings are held at the Minneapolis Central Library, Pohlad Hall, 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis. The Talk of the Stacks presenting sponsor is U.S. Trust. Additional support provided by Secrets of the City and Magers & Quinn Booksellers.
The programs are free with open seating to the public. Book sale and signing follow presentations. Call 612-630-6174 for more info.